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New relationships for health scrutiny

October 19, 2011

Under the Government’s NHS Reforms, health scrutiny bodies will need to work with and establish effective relationships with a range of new organisations involved in the commissioning and delivery of health and social care.

To help health scrutiny practitioners to understand this new landscape, and as a result of working with health scrutiny officers and members ‘on the ground’, I have produced this diagram to summarise the key relationships for health scrutiny in the new system.

You can download the diagram as a pdf here.

For a description of the main relationships for health scrutiny under the NHS reforms, with an outline of the key bodies and functions relevant to health scrutiny, read this briefing.

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